What is a Dogwood Shrub?
The dogwood shrub is a shrub known for its peculiarity in colorful leaves and its winter bark. These shrubs are enjoyed by gardeners everywhere, not only for their usefulness, but also for their decorative ability. The stem of the dogwood shrub can be woven to make baskets, and dyes have been made from the bark and roots of the shrub. While there are various kinds of dogwood shrubs available, there are a few that are more well known than than the rest. The redosier dogwood shrub is native to North America and is a hardy shrub. It is sometimes known as the red willow. This particular shrub grows well in partial shade to full sun and does not like dry soil. It blooms white flowers from May through the end of summer and its branches stay a deep red color all winter long. The stem of the dogwood shrub can be woven to make baskets, and dyes have been made from the bark and roots of the shrub. The bloodtwig dogwood is a deciduous shrub also known as dogwood, pegwood, red twig dogwood or dogb